This means that foreigners whose visas had expired as from 26 March 2020 will be permitted to stay until 31 July 2020 without having to apply for an extension.
Foreigners whose visas had expired since March 26 will be permitted to stay until July 30 without having to apply for an extension, said Narumon Pinyosinwat, spokeswoman for the...
The proposal was approved by the cabinet on Tuesday, March 31 and is set to be officially announced.
“Those who wish to apply need to acquire a letter from their respective embassies.”
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The measure will commence on Thursday and all personal information for inbound tourists will be kept in the system for 14 days after their arrival.
"This will prevent foreigners from forgetting their visa expiry dates, so if they continue to overstay, we will take harsh measures," said the Immigration police chief.
The government hopes that this incentive program for all nationalities will boost the tourism industry during its low seasons.